A wagon you never see, a full restoration on an already solid car and a price less than ten grand make this 1963 Buick Special Deluxe station wagon one of our favorite finds. Found on Ebay with a BIN of $9,995, this wagon was born and raised in California where it underwent a complete mechanical and body restoration in 2005 after being purchased from it’s original owner. Extensive photos of the car can be seen at Flickr, including a few restoration photos. Service and repair records going back to 1976 from Bill Murphy Buick in Culver City are included.
Since the restoration was completed the car has been driven approximately 2,500 trouble free miles. The 215 aluminum V8 is described as smooth and powerful. The undercarriage is a testament to it’s California roots with no evidence of ever being exposed to the Winter Elements.
Priced at half of what the owners have invested, and a having a curiosity factor that is sure to draw plenty of interest wherever it is seen, this wagon looks to be a great buy for any wagon enthusiast.